CDC voucher users will support hawkers even when major supermarkets are included in scheme

Ms Noor Aysha Abdul Aleem Sathik of A.N. Minimart in Woodlands helping a customer use his CDC vouchers. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - After two waves of digital Community Development Council (CDC) vouchers, most Singaporeans interviewed said they cannot imagine a return to the days of paper vouchers.

Project executive Siti Nurtasha, 36, said digital vouchers that can be called up any time on her phone meant no longer having to keep track of a stack of vouchers and having to remember to leave home with them.

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